Do you want to motivate your child to read more? Check out 8 effective ways to motivate your child to read and help them become a natural reader.
The most common reason children struggle with reading is they do not comprehend what they read. Here are ways to help with reading comprehension.
Use simple reading activities to help teach your 6-year-old kiddo how to read and make it a happy and gratifying experience.
Reading is a critically important skill. This article discusses 9 strategies you can use to help improve a child’s reading skills.
How can we make cursive make sense to readers — even if they don’t write cursive? A new book, READ CURSIVE FAST, tackles the neglected issue.
With short attention spans and technology taking their minds away from books, inspiring young children to take an interest in reading can be challenging. If you want to inspire a love for reading in your little ones, here are a few tips you can use.
Developing reading and writing skills is essential in children as it lets them learn and expand their knowledge base at an early age. Most parents find it a challenge to develop this habit in children – follow this guide to understand how to make reading and writing fun for your kids.
If you’re trying to incorporate reading into your daily routine or encourage your kids to read more, a reading challenge may be your solution.
Even with the increasing use of technology, many people believe that it continues to be important for children to learn cursive handwriting. The argument can be made that even if one doesn’t believe it’s necessary for children to write in cursive, it’s still important for them to be able to read cursive. Because reading and writing are reciprocal processes, learning to write in cursive will then help a child to read cursive.
Reading is something which can be quite easily introduced to your child as a worthy pursuit. Hopefully this list will show you what you need to know how to begin to build those positive associations for your child and to get them to start wanting to read for their own enjoyment.